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1Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/1/2019, 9:55 am

Floridatexan

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2Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/2/2019, 10:19 am

PkrBum

PkrBum
Rolling Eyes

You had a chance to stand for the rule of law and the constitution.

You monkey fucked the football.

3Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/2/2019, 12:24 pm

Floridatexan

Floridatexan
Trump Articles of Impeachment Tenor

4Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/2/2019, 1:40 pm

Sal

Sal
PkrBum wrote:

You monkey fucked the football.

Said the man with a roomba wife.

5Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/3/2019, 9:13 am

zsomething


Oh, come now, Trump's doing all he can to protect the people of Alabama from the storm that's veering to the east off the coast of Florida... Rolling Eyes

He's starting to act so insane that I'm wondering if he's not gonna get removed on psych.

Honestly, the guy's doing so bad he's even managing to scare Mississippi Republicans off. I was hanging out with a friend over the weekend whose mother has always been a church-going right-winger... and now, because of Trump, she's quit her church in disgust and is voting straight Democrat, and so are several of her friends. I never thought I'd see that happening, but they've gotten freaked out by the level of absurd bullshit they see their old friends buying into, especially the way they turn a blind eye to Trump's selling out to Russia, and have figured out the G.O.P. was actually crazy all along and they just didn't see it. They are turned allllll the way off of it now and have swung far to the other side. If Trump wakes up conservatives and turns them off of that party, he may just do some good after all.

After he, y'know, wrecks the economy and America's international standing/credibility, etc.

6Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/3/2019, 1:45 pm

othershoe1030

othershoe1030
zsomething wrote:Oh, come now, Trump's doing all he can to protect the people of Alabama from the storm that's veering to the east off the coast of Florida...   Rolling Eyes

He's starting to act so insane that I'm wondering if he's not gonna get removed on psych.  

Honestly, the guy's doing so bad he's even managing to scare Mississippi Republicans off.   I was hanging out with a friend over the weekend whose mother has always been a church-going right-winger... and now, because of Trump, she's quit her church in disgust and is voting straight Democrat, and so are several of her friends.  I never thought I'd see that happening, but they've gotten freaked out by the level of absurd bullshit they see their old friends buying into, especially the way they turn a blind eye to Trump's selling out to Russia, and have figured out the G.O.P. was actually crazy all along and they just didn't see it.  They are turned allllll the way off of it now and have swung far to the other side.  If Trump wakes up conservatives and turns them off of that party, he may just do some good after all.

After he, y'know, wrecks the economy and America's international standing/credibility, etc.

This is the best news I've seen for a long time. I now vote in MS and am hoping Jim Hood will win the Governorship this November. I hear he is well liked over-all in the state.

After this exchange between Varney and Joe Walsh, I was beginning to think Trump's people had put some drug in the water that makes people oblivious to objective reality! Good to know it hasn't reached Mississippi yet!


7Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/3/2019, 1:56 pm

zsomething


othershoe1030 wrote:
zsomething wrote:Oh, come now, Trump's doing all he can to protect the people of Alabama from the storm that's veering to the east off the coast of Florida...   Rolling Eyes

He's starting to act so insane that I'm wondering if he's not gonna get removed on psych.  

Honestly, the guy's doing so bad he's even managing to scare Mississippi Republicans off.   I was hanging out with a friend over the weekend whose mother has always been a church-going right-winger... and now, because of Trump, she's quit her church in disgust and is voting straight Democrat, and so are several of her friends.  I never thought I'd see that happening, but they've gotten freaked out by the level of absurd bullshit they see their old friends buying into, especially the way they turn a blind eye to Trump's selling out to Russia, and have figured out the G.O.P. was actually crazy all along and they just didn't see it.  They are turned allllll the way off of it now and have swung far to the other side.  If Trump wakes up conservatives and turns them off of that party, he may just do some good after all.

After he, y'know, wrecks the economy and America's international standing/credibility, etc.

This is the best news I've seen for a long time. I now vote in MS and am hoping Jim Hood will win the Governorship this November. I hear he is well liked over-all in the state.

After this exchange between Varney and Joe Walsh, I was beginning to think Trump's people had put some drug in the water that makes people oblivious to objective reality! Good to know it hasn't reached Mississippi yet!



Oh, I doubt Mississippi will go blue or anything, but it goes deeper purple every year. I'm just happy some are shaking the brainwashing off. I know Trump will carry the state, but I doubt it'll be by nearly as high a margin as before. A lot of farmers are really put out with him. He's ruining their business.

8Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/3/2019, 3:00 pm

Floridatexan

Floridatexan


9Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/18/2019, 6:47 pm

Floridatexan

Floridatexan

‘Lewandowski gave the House what they needed for articles of impeachment for Trump’: Ex-Republican official

https://www.rawstory.com/2019/09/lewandowski-gave-the-house-what-they-needed-for-articles-of-impeachment-for-trump-ex-republican-official/

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Wow. Consultant Attorney Barry Berke Sweating Corey Lewandowski...We Need More of This. U/D



https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2019/9/17/1886135/-Wow-Consultant-Attorney-Barry-Berke-Sweating-Corey-Lewandowski-We-Need-More-of-This?utm_campaign=trending#comment_74972344

10Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 10:06 am

Floridatexan

Floridatexan

‘Seismic change’: Democratic hold-outs rush toward impeachment
And Speaker Nancy Pelosi appears more open to the idea of an impeachment investigation than ever before.

By HEATHER CAYGLE, SARAH FERRIS and JOHN BRESNAHAN 09/23/2019 12:15 PM EDT Updated 09/23/2019 11:09 PM EDT

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/09/23/democrats-impeachment-trump-ukraine-1508224

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11Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 10:23 am

PkrBum

PkrBum
Silly comrades... lol. I'm glad you have no self-awareness.

12Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 11:36 am

zsomething


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13Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 11:38 am

RealLindaL


zsomething wrote:­­­­ ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ ↑↑↑↑↑↑↑↑  The irony is so brutal that to comment upon it would be superfluous.  ↑↑↑↑↑↑↑↑↑


cheers   cheers   cheers   cheers   cheers

14Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 12:29 pm

PkrBum

PkrBum
I'm actually hopeful that you silly comrades impeach.

After 3 years you need a cherry on top of stupid.

15Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 2:30 pm

Telstar

Telstar
PkrBum wrote:I'm actually hopeful that you silly comrades impeach.

After 3 years you need a cherry on top of stupid.






So says the drug abusing tennis queen that insist he doesn't dream at night of sucking Trump's balls. Twisted Evil

16Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 3:08 pm

Sal

Sal
The whistleblower wants to testify to the intelligence committee as early as this week, and Pelosi is set to announce an impeachment inquiry this evening.

Lots happening fast, ...

... none of it's good for the Orange Menace.

17Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 4:47 pm

Floridatexan

Floridatexan
House Speaker Pelosi to announce formal impeachment inquiry of Trump

By Rachael Bade and
Mike DeBonis September 24 at 4:08 PM
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi plans to announce a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump, a dramatic turnaround by the Democratic leader that sets up a constitutional and political clash pitting the Congress against the nation’s chief executive.

Pelosi (D-Calif.) is slated to make her announcement later on Tuesday after a closed-door meeting with her caucus, according to Democratic officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to freely describe private deliberations.

Impeachment is a rare and extraordinary step that would overturn the decision of U.S. voters in 2016 to elect Trump. Pelosi’s decision foreshadows an intensely partisan fall, triggering pushback from Trump allies with repercussions for the 2020 campaign.

Pelosi’s change of heart comes after days of consulting allies and follows reports that Trump may have pressured a foreign leader to investigate former vice president and potential 2020 campaign rival Joe Biden and his family.


Those reports over a week created a groundswell of support among Democrats for impeachment, with moderates from swing districts joining liberals in calling for an impeachment inquiry.

Pelosi said Tuesday that those allegations forced her to reconsider her position that impeachment is too divisive for the country.

Pelosi: Trump is 'in violation of the spirit of the Constitution'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said on Sept. 24 that President Trump violates the Constitution when he says it allows him to do what he wants. (Reuters)

“The president is making lawlessness a virtue in our country,” Pelosi said at a Tuesday afternoon event at The Atlantic. “We don’t ask foreign governments to help us in our elections. That’s what we tried to stop with Russia. It’s wrong.”

Pelosi later noted that she has long said that “as soon as we have the facts, we’re ready” for impeachment. “Now that we have the facts,” she said. “We’re ready,”

Trump, meanwhile, said that he has authorized the release of the full transcript of his phone call with the Ukrainian president in which Trump is said to have brought up investigating Biden and his son.

“I am currently at the United Nations representing our Country, but have authorized the release tomorrow of the complete, fully declassified and unredacted transcript of my phone conversation with President Zelensky of Ukraine,” Trump tweeted Tuesday afternoon.

“You will see it was a very friendly and totally appropriate call. No pressure and, unlike Joe Biden and his son, NO quid pro quo! This is nothing more than a continuation of the Greatest and most Destructive Witch Hunt of all time!”

Trump has admitted publicly that he asked Ukraine President Zelensky to probe Biden’s son, who has connections to a business that was under investigation. But he said no pressure was involved. However, The Washington Post has reported that Trump asked his staff to put a freeze on military assistance to Ukraine the week before he made the request to Zelensky.


Biden on Tuesday called for Congress to begin impeachment of Trump if the White House continues to stonewall congressional investigations, including questions regarding reports that Trump asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Biden and his son, Hunter.

“I can take the political attacks. They’ll come and they’ll go and, in time, they’ll soon be forgotten. But if we allow a president to get away with shredding the United States Constitution, that will last forever,” Biden said in brief remarks Tuesday afternoon in Wilmington, Del.

The House plans to vote Wednesday on a resolution disapproving of the Trump administration’s efforts to block the release of the complaint and the need to protect the whistleblower.

“This is not a partisan matter, it’s about the integrity of our democracy, respect for the rule of law and defending our Constitution,” Pelosi and House Majority Leader Steny H. Hoyer (D-Md.) said in a statement.


Impeachment has only occurred twice in U.S. history — against Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Neither man was removed from office. President Richard M. Nixon resigned in 1974 rather than face a House vote on impeachment.

Even if the House votes to impeach Trump, ouster requires a conviction in the Senate, where Republicans have rallied to the president’s defense.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) declined to say Tuesday what he would do if the House voted for impeachment.

In the House, a tranche of Democrats who opposed impeachment have been coming out in favor of impeachment over the past 48 hours. That total that now exceeds 160 out of 235, according to a Washington Post analysis.

Rep. John Lewis, an influential member in the caucus, was one of the latest Democrats to back impeachment on Tuesday. The Georgia Democrat, a staunch Trump critic and close Pelosi ally, had declined for months to weigh in on impeachment out of respect for the speaker.


“There comes a time when you have to be moved by the spirit of history to take action to protect and preserve the integrity of our nation. I believe, I truly believe, the time to begin impeachment proceedings against this president has come” Lewis said on the House floor. “To delay or to do otherwise would betray the foundation of our democracy.”

Top House Democratic lawmakers and staff say the questions to be ironed out are more matters of process and timing. Pelosi and top Democrats are privately discussing the creation of a select committee to conduct impeachment, according to multiple lawmakers and congressional aides. Pelosi had spoken to key allies in recent days about establishing a special panel rather than leaving the task with the House Judiciary Committee, said several Democratic officials.

Nothing has been decided, the individuals cautioned, but some members are expected to publicly endorse the move soon.


The officials spoke on the condition of anonymity to freely describe private deliberations. Pelosi’s office declined to comment on the matter.

The conversations, while tentative, underscore the serious shift in Pelosi’s thinking about impeachment in recent days. Pelosi has been reluctant to endorse impeachment, resisting the extraordinary step for months despite pressure from the party’s liberal base and several 2020 Democratic presidential candidates. She has argued that neither the public nor the Republican Party, which controls the Senate, supports impeachment and that could prove politically costly to the moderate Democrats who helped deliver the House majority last year.

[Trump confirms he withheld military aid from Ukraine, says he wants other countries to help pay]

The notion of a select committee is already causing consternation in the Democratic caucus and has the potential to spark a turf war about who will take the lead in the process. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) tweeted that Democrats “don’t have the luxury of time w/ another committee,” backing the House Judiciary Committee’s claim to oversee the proceedings.


“Judiciary has been investigating& putting the pieces together for months,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote. “Impeachment belongs there. We must honor jurisdiction, historical precedent,& work done + allow Judiciary to move forward.”

[Analysis | The House Democrats who want to open an impeachment inquiry into Trump]

The creation of a select committee would be a blow to the Judiciary panel, which has taken the lead on the Democratic investigations and has already discussed possible articles, even hiring outside counsel to lead a possible impeachment. But some senior Democrats have been unhappy with how the panel has handled its investigative work and hearings, blaming the committee for the House’s failure to move public sentiment in favor of impeachment in recent months.

Atop that, the dynamic between Pelosi, a longtime impeachment skeptic, and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler has been tense in recent weeks, as the New York Democrat pushed the speaker to embrace impeachment proceedings before she was ready. For months, Pelosi refused, even as she signed off on the committee’s work and legal arguments suggesting that an impeachment inquiry was already underway.


Privately, Pelosi took jabs at Nadler, telling lawmakers recently that only the full House could say that the chamber was impeaching the president. The comments were first reported by Politico.

The Judiciary Committee did not respond to request for comment. But the panel’s recent questioning of former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, while seen as a political circus, yielded results at the end of the hearing, when a staff lawyer was able to get Lewandowski to confirm allegations of potential obstruction by the president, prompting Democrats outside the panel to suggest that the committee should have its lawyers lead, not members.

A select committee would give Pelosi more power over the process. Pelosi would be able to name the lawmakers on the committee, for example. Many say she’s already eyeing a way to give House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.), one of her closest allies, a greater role in any investigation.

The idea could run into resistance not only from Judiciary Democrats who want to protect their turf but from other lawmakers. Rep. Gerald E. Connolly (D-Va.), for instance, also expressed concern that there was not enough time to create a select committee. The House, he said, needs to move now to impeach.

Read more at PowerPost

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WaPo is a little slow right now... Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

18Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 7:42 pm

Floridatexan

Floridatexan

19Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 8:31 pm

PkrBum

PkrBum
You'll wish that you'd have listened to Pelosi before long.

I can't wait for the whistleblower without direct knowledge to testify.

20Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/24/2019, 11:58 pm

Telstar

Telstar
PkrBum wrote:You'll wish that you'd have listened to Pelosi before long.

I can't wait for the whistleblower without direct knowledge to testify.





Is he your supplier pants load?

21Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/25/2019, 8:11 am

Sal

Sal
Trump reportedly called Nancy Pelosi yesterday morning and said, "Hey, can we do something about this whistleblower complaint, can we work something out?"

And she responded, "Yes, you can tell your people to obey the law."

Trump Articles of Impeachment Captur36

22Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/25/2019, 8:46 am

othershoe1030

othershoe1030
I suspect that any information released by the WH will be an attempt to muddy the waters surrounding the conversation between djt and the Ukrainian President and the whistleblower report.

Of course, anything revealed will be vetted but the damage will have been done.
The fact that the whistleblower is a senior, experienced person, has requested, through their attorney to testify to the House Intelligence Committee is a good sign.

23Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/25/2019, 8:52 am

Sal

Sal
othershoe1030 wrote:I suspect that any information released by the WH will be an attempt to muddy the waters surrounding the conversation between djt and the Ukrainian President and the whistleblower report.

Of course, anything revealed will be vetted but the damage will have been done.
The fact that the whistleblower is a senior, experienced person, has requested, through their attorney to testify to the House Intelligence Committee is a good sign.


Absolutely.

Any "transcript" the WH releases should be disregarded completely.

Anything other than the whistleblower's full, unredacted report and testimony is suspect.

24Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/25/2019, 9:05 am

zsomething


I still don't really want impeachment. I want the bastard voted out so the scumbags he's emboldened can see, very clearly, that America rejects them, and I want to deny them the opportunity to pretend that they've been "cheated" of anything. Trump's been hamstrung enough and he can limp 'til next year when he'll be voted out in disgrace, and his fucking piece-of-shit supporters will have to slink back to their holes and cry that they didn't get to cheat their way to another electoral-college president.

But, given then stuff Trump's been doing, there's really not much choice but to impeach him at this point. And impeachment doesn't have to mean removal from office. And this won't result in that, anyway -- Republicans in the Senate will block it, if it makes it that far.

It's bigger than Trump at this point. We have one party that's still in favor of upholding the Constitution, and one party that isn't anymore, and would be comfortable with a fascist-theocratic dictatorship. Republicans have made it clear that, when it comes down to the nitty gritty, they have no integrity and will not stand in the way of overturning the Constitution and the rule of law, as long as one of their own is the dictator.

So, we have to make it clear where everyone stands. Trump has been doing multiple unConstitutional, lawless acts, and when Republicans vote against censuring him for it, they'll make it clear beyond any doubt that they co-sign this kind of corruption.

So, even though I'm still wanting to vote the sonofabitch out, there's really not much alternative to impeachment at this point. Trump's made it clear that he thinks laws, patriotism, and basic human decency don't apply to him. The country's got to correct him about that.

25Trump Articles of Impeachment Empty Re: Trump Articles of Impeachment on 9/25/2019, 9:09 am

PkrBum

PkrBum
"Well, I was, not I, but it just happened to be that was the assignment I got. I got all the good ones. And so I got Ukraine. And I remember going over convincing our team, our, others to convincing that we should be providing for loan guarantees. And I went over, try to guess the 12th, 13th time to Kiev, and I was going to, supposed to announce that there was another billion dollar loan guarantee. And I had gotten a commitment from Poroshenko and from Yatsenyuk that they would take action against the state prosecutor, and they didn’t. So they said they had, they were walking out to a press conference, and I said no, I said I’m not going to, we’re not going to give you the billion dollars. They said you have no authority. You’re not the president. The president said. I said call him. I said I’m telling you, you’re not getting the billion dollars. I said you’re not getting the billion, and I’m going to be leaving here, and I think it was what, six hours. I looked. I said I’m leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money. Well, son of a bitch. He got fired." Biden

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